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Morning Joe call-in: Pres. Clinton rings to discuss friend's novel

Writer and college roommate of President Bill Clinton, Thomas Caplan, joins Morning Joe to discuss his new novel "The Spy Who Jumped off the Screen", for which Clinton wrote the introduction. President Clinton also joins the conversation via phone.